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- Psalm 23 (Franz Schubert)
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Email Address. There is just so much to talk about and study in this complex piece of music. Gott ist mein Hirt God is my Shepherd text is taken form the familiar biblical verse, Psalm Write in your translation, even when it repeats, so you know what you are singing at all times. Below is a translation to copy into your score:.
Compositions by: Buxtehude, Dietrich
Gott ist mein Hirt, God is my Shepherd, Mir wird nichts mangeln. I will nothing lack. He refreshes my languishing soul. Are always my comfort. There in the eternal house. Schubert does much of the work for you by setting the stressed syllable on the longer note value and loudest dynamic of each phrase.
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Tröste, tröste uns Gott - Johann Pachelbel | Sheet music to download
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Psalm 23 (Franz Schubert)
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